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A Woz A Day
by Michael Abbot and Matthew Alexander (Electronic Arts)
software
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“Hard Hat Mack” is a 1983 action game developed by Michael Abbot and Matthew Alexander and published by Electronic Arts, Inc. Called "EA's First Game" by the founders, this arcade game (showing elements of Donkey Kong and other arcade classics) was a top seller for the company and reigned as an Apple II standard for years. Click the screenshot to run it in your browser. Download Hard Hat Mack.zip (contains .woz file) Download Hard Hat Mack extras.zip (contains .a2r flux file, .png...
Topics: apple2, wozaday
A Woz A Day
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396
ITEMS
33,101
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eye 33,101
A collection of .WOZ disk images for the 8-bit Apple II. .WOZ disk images comprise all the data from a 5.25-inch floppy disk, including the exact bitstream of each track and the physical layout of the tracks on disk. These are not "cracked" copies; all the original code, including on-disk copy protection checks, are retained. When booted in a compatible emulator, these disk images pass their own copy protection checks.
Softalk magazine
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48
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50,348
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by The Softalk Apple Project and FactMiners.org
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Enjoy the complete run of four volumes, 48-issues of the Apple computer edition of Softalk magazine. Published between September 1980 and August 1984, Softalk magazine uniquely captures the dawn of the microcomputer and digital revolution through its deep and broad editorial content.  Digitization and preservation of this collection was funded by, and is maintained and enhanced by grassroots Citizen Science/History projects; The Softalk Apple Project ( www.SoftalkApple.com ) and...
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Apple II Library: The 4am Collection
software
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"Death in the Caribbean" is a 1983 adventure game written by Philip and Bob Hess, illustrated by Barbara P. Lawrence, and distributed by Micro-Fun.
Topics: apple2, 4am, crack, from-dk, passport, microfun
Folkscanomy: Apple Computer-Related Documentation
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3,139
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770,594
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collection
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From the ASMIOV Apple archive of software and related materials (which itself is comprised from many other collections) comes this set of scanned manuals, flyers advertisements, press releases and tipsheets related to the Apple family of personal computers. Subject matter is mostly related to the Apple II, although other Apple-related equipment appears in great amounts as well.
Apple II Library: The 4am Collection
by 4am
software
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Download Passport (released 2017-11-14 , 140K disk image) Passport is a verification and copy program for 5.25-inch Apple II floppy disks. It can verify all unprotected disks and many copy-protected disks to ensure there are no unexpectedly bad sectors. It can also “crack” many disks to create an unprotected copy that can be used in emulators. Full README For developers: development repository on GitHub
Apple II Library: The 4am Collection
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1M
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A collection of historical software for Apple II computers from the 1980s and early 1990s. Each item was originally copy protected (i.e. the original floppy disk could not be copied to another floppy disk), but the copy protection has been removed and documented. Most items also include a "work disk" comprising the intermediate files created during the deprotection. To send feedback, ask questions, or get notified of new releases, follow @a2_4am on Twitter.
Apple Computer Manuals
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840
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166,781
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Manuals for the Apple Computer/Apple Inc. line of electronics and computers. Apple Inc. is an American multinational corporation headquartered in Cupertino, California, that designs, develops, and sells consumer electronics, computer software, and personal computers. Its best-known hardware products are the Mac line of computers, the iPod media player, the iPhone smartphone, and the iPad tablet computer. Its consumer software includes the OS X and iOS operating systems, the iTunes media...
KansasFest
by Jason Scott
movies
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KansasFest is the largest annual gathering of Apple II enthusiasts in the world. Held each year, the event draws attendees from all over the world. For more info, see kansasfest.org. In 2009, Jason Scott was the keynote speaker. Jason is the host of the Textfiles.com web site, and creator of the "Get Lamp" video that chronicles text adventures, and "BBS: The Documentary" about computer bulletin board systems. He gave a fascinating talk about his projects, and his experience...
Topics: KansasFest, KFest, 2009, Jason Scott, Apple, Apple II, BBS, text adventures
KansasFest
by Randy Brandt
movies
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Get the inside story of AppleWorks from the only programmer who worked on three major releases (3, 4, 5). Best-known for creating the first macro add-on for AppleWorks and developing it into a full-blown programming language, Randy Brandt also contributed more than a dozen applications to the TimeOut series and was the AppleWorks project manager and primary data base developer from version 3.0 on. He worked for Beagle Bros, Claris, Quality Computers and his own JEM Software as the only...
Topics: KansasFest, KFest, Apple II, 2012, Randy Brandt, AppleWorks, AWP, Beagle Bros, Quality Computers,...
Enter Magazine
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Issue #17 of Enter magazine from May 1985. Inside Story (Computers, Changes And 'Contact'), Bits (In the Key of T, Flying Typewriters, Sealed with a Disk?, User Views (Dragon's Lair, Karateka, Pitstop II, Mindshadow, On-Court Tennis), Software Scanner (Dazzle Draw, Bank Street Music Writer, Magic Piano), Whatever Happened to the Future?, The Future Comes Home: A Typical Day in the 21st Century, Homing In on the Future: What Today's Experts Are Predicting, Connections, Enter Center, Show Beat...
Topics: computer, program, enter, print, goto, commodore, software, gosub, puter, nan, nan davis, light...
Note: "Contains article that was used for Moonrock Software's "Bob Guru" imagery." (edit)